Tanzy's journey continues in Windswept, the second installment of the Hightower Trilogy... An Unseen World believes Tanzy Hightower is the key in an ancient prophecy meant to deliver the only new birth in all of time. They have waited a thousand years for her soul to return to life in human form. Some of them will stop at nothing to fulfill the prophecy, and others have sworn an oath to end Tanzy's existence, permanently. Tanzy's body is compromised. Her veins are now home to the blood of a savage, wild horse, and its instincts are becoming impossible to control. Her world is also divided. She is determined to rescue Lucas, an Unseen creature who has loved her since her first life, and to find her treasured Harbor and the other stolen horses, which are bound for a catastrophic end in a world she can't access on her own. Yet the only allies she has left insist she seeks refuge in a remote safe house on the Outer Banks. While her fellow candidates beg her to stay in hiding, new enemies work to draw her out, making it clear Lucas and the horses are hers for the taking. But Tanzy knows all to well that when your loved ones are used as bait, finding them is only the beginning.
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Solid and endearing book 2 There is something about this author's voice that sounds so heartfelt, so raw, so authentic, that regardless of the content, the story still rings true. I read the first book of the series, 'Moonlit', even though I really didn't think it would be my kind of book. I am not into horses or riding, but I picked it up anyway because the back of the book sounded intriguing. I fell -- hook, line, and sinker -- into the world that author Jadie Jones created, and couldn't wait to get my grabby hands on book 2 in the series, 'Windswept'. I must admit that I struggled to understand some of the sequences, but even that wasn't a deterrent for me in this book. The struggle that Tanzy / Spera faces in her plight against Asher is so artfully detailed, and Vanessa is my favorite Is-She-Or-Isn't-She character -- I still can't figure out what her end game is! Recommend this book for readers 14 and up.